Zimbabwe government

 
Zim: 'Kariba power costs inflated'
Zim: 'Kariba power costs inflated'
Former Cabinet ministers Elton Mangoma and Tendai Biti say the $533-million Kariba South power extension project has been inexplicably inflated...
Zimbabwe government 'induced' flooding
Zimbabwe government 'induced' flooding
The government has rejected a call by Human Rights Watch (HRW) for an investigation into allegations by dam workers and displaced people that...
Chinese firm gets prime Zim land
Chinese firm gets prime Zim land
A farm seized by the government has been handed over to a Chinese developer to build an exclusive housing estate for senior government officials....
Outsiders offer cash to Zim for favours
Outsiders offer cash to Zim for favours
As desperation deepens over efforts to raise funds to run elections, wealthy foreign interests are offering funding in exchange for huge favours...
Tsvangirai flexes his muscles
Tsvangirai flexes his muscles
Zimbabwean Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai's surprise reshuffle of his senior ministers is widely seen as an attempt to reassert his authority in...
Who's who in the GNU
Who's who in the GNU
Who's running Zimbabwe's government of national unity? Jason Moyo has a look at the key power players and attempts to unravel their tenuous hold on...
Mugabe: Makoni candidacy a UK ploy
Mugabe: Makoni candidacy a UK ploy
Former finance minister Simba Makoni's decision to enter the presidential race is a ploy by former colonial power Britain to divide Zimbabweans, a...
Zim won't grab free stake in mining firms
Zim won't grab free stake in mining firms
Zimbabwe's draft mining Bill will not force firms to give a stake to the government for free as previously feared, and will be debated by Parliament after elections next month, a senior official said on Thursday....
Security Council takes up Zimbabwe vote
Security Council takes up Zimbabwe vote
France's United Nations ambassador called on Zimbabwe authorities on Tuesday to publish and accept the results of elections there as the Security...
No deal, say Zim opposition and govt
No deal, say Zim opposition and govt
Opposition Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) leader Morgan Tsvangirai and the Zimbabwe government both denied on Tuesday that they were in talks...
Opposition voters defy odds to make their voices heard
Opposition voters defy odds to make their voices heard
Will Mugabe accept the result? Zimbabweans didn't so much speak in Saturday's presidential election as shout so overwhelmingly that Robert Mugabe...
Zim govt rubbishes vote-rigging claims
Zim govt rubbishes vote-rigging claims
Zimbabwe's justice minister has dismissed as "utter rubbish" claims by the Movement for Democratic Change (MDC) that the political playing field is...

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